Our interior designs give people a sense of belonging, and give places their own identity.
We start by understanding how someone will use a building. We think about how they might navigate and connect with spaces, what their aspirations are, and how design and aesthetics can improve their wellbeing.
Our goal is to create healthy and engaging spaces. By selecting the right materials, we’re able to make sustainable choices for flexible, long-lasting environments.
We integrate interior design with architecture from the very beginning. We consider colour, finishes, furniture, lighting, signage and artwork cohesively. Bringing these aspects together, we create memorable spaces where people can work, play and stay.
Insights | 13th October 2020
As part of our ongoing research into supporting mental health and wellbeing through better design, our studio director and independent schools lead Dianna Fletcher has put together a brief insights report. It explains some simple ways to support wellbeing in schools, colleges, universities, and other education environments.
Insights | 22nd May 2020
What does a post-COVID school look like?
News | 26th February 2020
We are delighted that two of ADP’s projects have been shortlisted for this year’s RICS Social Impact Awards in the south-east region: the Stokes Centre for Urology and the Stansfeld Centre for Innovation and Science Education.
FX Award: Best Mixed Use Development – Winner
Spanish City: Bringing a national treasure back to life
Building Better Healthcare Awards 2019: Best Interior Design Project (New Build) – Highly Commended
The Stokes Centre for Urology: Putting patient wellbeing first